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Freelance writer Jaine Austen has never been able to resist the siren call of an Eskimo Pie, just like she can't resist renewing her romance with Andrew, an old crush. With her bank account hitting new lows, she's also just agreed to write jokes for Dorcas, a stand-up comic who throws her pantyhose into the audience as a punch line. Not only is Dorcas's act a bomb, she is h Freelance writer Jaine Austen has never been able to resist the siren call of an Eskimo Pie, just like she can't resist renewing her romance with Andrew, an old crush. With her bank account hitting new lows, she's also just agreed to write jokes for Dorcas, a stand-up comic who throws her pantyhose into the audience as a punch line. Not only is Dorcas's act a bomb, she is heckled by Vic, a gorgeous fellow comic. Naturally when Vic is murdered with Dorcas's pantyhose and that same Dorcas is standing over his dead body, the police arrest...Dorcas. They figure it's an open-and-shut case, although Jaine figures no killer can be that dumb. But when Jaine sets out to find the real culprit, she is distracted by one dating disaster after another with Andrew--and she may not see the dark side of comedy until she faces the business end of a gun and a cold, deadly grin...


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Freelance writer Jaine Austen has never been able to resist the siren call of an Eskimo Pie, just like she can't resist renewing her romance with Andrew, an old crush. With her bank account hitting new lows, she's also just agreed to write jokes for Dorcas, a stand-up comic who throws her pantyhose into the audience as a punch line. Not only is Dorcas's act a bomb, she is h Freelance writer Jaine Austen has never been able to resist the siren call of an Eskimo Pie, just like she can't resist renewing her romance with Andrew, an old crush. With her bank account hitting new lows, she's also just agreed to write jokes for Dorcas, a stand-up comic who throws her pantyhose into the audience as a punch line. Not only is Dorcas's act a bomb, she is heckled by Vic, a gorgeous fellow comic. Naturally when Vic is murdered with Dorcas's pantyhose and that same Dorcas is standing over his dead body, the police arrest...Dorcas. They figure it's an open-and-shut case, although Jaine figures no killer can be that dumb. But when Jaine sets out to find the real culprit, she is distracted by one dating disaster after another with Andrew--and she may not see the dark side of comedy until she faces the business end of a gun and a cold, deadly grin...

30 review for Death by Pantyhose

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ellie

    Death by Panty Hose is #6 in Laura Levine's Jaine Austen mystery series. There is so much to kvetch about with this series-the predictability of both plot and dialogue for starts-that I'm going to simply by-pass the whole process and say: I like this series. I'm not sure why but it's mildly addictive. Like some not-very-good-for-you cellophane-wrapped concoction that you buy and complain about (as soon as you've finished scarfing it down). And then buy again. I like Jaine (with an i). I like her ca Death by Panty Hose is #6 in Laura Levine's Jaine Austen mystery series. There is so much to kvetch about with this series-the predictability of both plot and dialogue for starts-that I'm going to simply by-pass the whole process and say: I like this series. I'm not sure why but it's mildly addictive. Like some not-very-good-for-you cellophane-wrapped concoction that you buy and complain about (as soon as you've finished scarfing it down). And then buy again. I like Jaine (with an i). I like her cat Prozac (actually, Prozac may be the most fully-realized character in the series-and as a cat-lover, I mean that in the best possible way). It's all kind-of sit-com funny, relaxing, and undemanding. So if you hate sit-coms, you probably won't care for this series. I completely understand your point of view. I just happen to enjoy sit-coms. At least for a couple of hours worth a week. I like to have cheap laughs, They make me feel good. As does Laura Levine and her just-this-side of total-loser heroine, Jaine.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Anastasia

    Death by Pantyhose by Laura Levine is the 6th book in the Jaine Austen Mystery series. Needing money when her corolla is stolen, Jaine takes on a job to write for a comic, Dorcas, whose signature is to throw her pantyhose into the audience at the end of her act. A fellow comic is killed with a pair of her pantyhose and Dorcas is arrested for the crime. Another funny and entertaining book, although it is hard not to feel sorry for Jaine with all the disasters that come into her life. Plenty of LO Death by Pantyhose by Laura Levine is the 6th book in the Jaine Austen Mystery series. Needing money when her corolla is stolen, Jaine takes on a job to write for a comic, Dorcas, whose signature is to throw her pantyhose into the audience at the end of her act. A fellow comic is killed with a pair of her pantyhose and Dorcas is arrested for the crime. Another funny and entertaining book, although it is hard not to feel sorry for Jaine with all the disasters that come into her life. Plenty of LOL moments are provided.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Janet Robel

    Laugh-out-loud fun mystery. This is a fantastic series with a heroine who is flawed but totally lovable. Jaine Austen is one of my favorite characters. I love the emails she receives from her parents who are in Florida. You must pick up this hilarious series!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    This series is so funny. I love Jaine and she is so funny. She does come by it naturally as the emails from her parents are always a treat. If you want a light mystery with lots of laughs and fun, these are the books for you.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Narma

    “More Enjoyable, Comical Adventures With Jaine” Has life in this chaotic world got you down? Well, I highly suggest a trip into the wacky world of Jaine Austen. We join Jaine, strapped for cash and looking forward to a scheduled job interview with Stan McCormick of “Rubin-McCormick”, one of L.A.’s hottest ad agencies. While prepping herself for the interview, she receives a call from Comic, Dorcas MacKenzie, who wants Jaine to write some new comedic material, but, is only willing to pay a paltry “More Enjoyable, Comical Adventures With Jaine” Has life in this chaotic world got you down? Well, I highly suggest a trip into the wacky world of Jaine Austen. We join Jaine, strapped for cash and looking forward to a scheduled job interview with Stan McCormick of “Rubin-McCormick”, one of L.A.’s hottest ad agencies. While prepping herself for the interview, she receives a call from Comic, Dorcas MacKenzie, who wants Jaine to write some new comedic material, but, is only willing to pay a paltry sum. Jaine, figuring she’ll be accepted in a new position at “Rubin-McCormick”, declines. Jaine goes for the interview, only to meet Stan McCormick (Or is it?) outside the elevator. After pleasantries are exchanged and the supposed interview has been “Totally forgotten” on Mr. McCormick’s calendar, he invites her to lunch—and with luck only Jaine could have, her crusty Corolla is stolen and she is left, stranded, with the entire lunch check and loses her chance at the position with “Rubin-McCormick”. She ends up renting a wreck she nicknames “Wheezy” and out of desperation, calls Dorcas back and reluctantly takes the job. Jaine agrees to meet her at the “Laff Palace”, to watch her act, which happens to be a feminist, sociological comedy routine which includes ripping up her pantyhose and tossing the pieces to the audience at the conclusion. Who would ever imagine mouthy, crude comic Vic Cleveland would wind up strangled by a pair of Dorcas’ pantyhose? And who could hate him enough to do such a thing? Uh-oh--the list is long and Dorcas MacKenzie’s name is right on top. But did she do it? Jaine dons her sleuthing cap and is determined to find out who the killer is—but will she be placing herself in danger also? In the midst of her investigation, “Cute as a hound pup” Andrew Ferguson comes back into the picture from Stuttgart, Germany, and calls Jaine for a lunch date. Visions of orange blossoms and rice disappear when, (wait for the dramatic musical crescendo..) “Dah-Dah-Dahhhh”, the detested, too perfect witch, Samantha Weinstock appears on the scene. Your sides will ache with laughter at this hilarious, ongoing saga/mystery, complete with the goofy emails from Jaine’s Mom and Dad. Will Dad’s membership ever be reinstated? Will his vintage/”lucky” Hawaiian shirt be found? Jaine will always be the “Pin-up girl” for those of us who have been known to wear elastic-waist slacks and we love her for it. Prozac will always be Prozac, but you gotta love a cat who loves Cary Grant, don’t you? To all those Cozy lovers out there in readerdom, make room on your shelves for this one. As an added bonus, the Author has kindly included snippets of “Killing Bridezilla”, and “Killing Cupid”, so we can enjoy more of Jaine’s escapades. I can’t wait—bet you won’t be able to either! Nancy Narma

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    Freelance writer Jaine Austen’s finances are looking pretty good until a con man, under the guise of a potential employer, takes her for a free lunch and her Toyota. Now Jaine has to come up with enough funds for a new car. Desperate for money, she reluctantly agrees to become a writer for feminist comedian Dorcas MacKenzie whose signature is cutting up a pair of pantyhose and throwing it at her audience. On and off stage, Dorcas is heckled by Vic, a mean-spirited comedian who can’t keep his han Freelance writer Jaine Austen’s finances are looking pretty good until a con man, under the guise of a potential employer, takes her for a free lunch and her Toyota. Now Jaine has to come up with enough funds for a new car. Desperate for money, she reluctantly agrees to become a writer for feminist comedian Dorcas MacKenzie whose signature is cutting up a pair of pantyhose and throwing it at her audience. On and off stage, Dorcas is heckled by Vic, a mean-spirited comedian who can’t keep his hands off the ladies. Luck seems to follow Vic around until the night he jeers Dorcas one too many times and Dorcas assaults him in front of a bar filled with people. Later that night, Vic’s found strangled to death by a pair of pantyhose, leading to Dorcas’s arrest. Jaine’s on the case in a heartbeat, conducting her own investigation, trying to figure out who among the many suspects offed Vic. Jaine Austen is a fun character, a woman who can’t resist fattening foods and her moody cat, Prozac. The emails from her parents (this time over a lucky shirt of her dad’s) bump the humor bar even higher, and the characters Jaine contends with while doing her amateur sleuthing generate plenty of laughs.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Luffy

    I had anecdotal based feedback about this book, and it wasn't good. I thought this book will disappoint but in fact it's one of the best mysteries I've ever read. While writing it's difficult to make a clue blend in with red herrings. Imagine how difficult it is to disguise a clue as a joke. That's awfully tough to pull off. I now feel that Laura Levine can do no wrong. The entire whole shift stick thing and the red hair incident were brilliantly thought of. The fact that this book scored even I had anecdotal based feedback about this book, and it wasn't good. I thought this book will disappoint but in fact it's one of the best mysteries I've ever read. While writing it's difficult to make a clue blend in with red herrings. Imagine how difficult it is to disguise a clue as a joke. That's awfully tough to pull off. I now feel that Laura Levine can do no wrong. The entire whole shift stick thing and the red hair incident were brilliantly thought of. The fact that this book scored even more than the last two book in the series is a big surprise. It did go that extra mile.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Hapzydeco

    In this parody of Hollywood behavior, Levin continues to crank out good mysteries with enjoyable laugh lines.

  9. 4 out of 5

    *b*l*u*e*m*o*o*n*

    Great read as usual. Didn't enjoy it as much as the first few, hopefully that will change in the next one.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Krystle

    A solid cozy with lots of humor peppered in. I love Jaine, and Prozac!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    This is a great mystery series I discovered over Christmas. Jaine, the main character, is a real person, a true 'everywoman'. I know some people may think the crazy things that happen to her are far-fetched – however they resemble some of my own life adventures!. Laura Levine's 'Jaine Austin' books will make you laugh and keep you guessing 'who done it' along with Jaine. In this installment, panty hose are introduced as a murder weapon and Jaine has to weave pitiful loaner cars through the stree This is a great mystery series I discovered over Christmas. Jaine, the main character, is a real person, a true 'everywoman'. I know some people may think the crazy things that happen to her are far-fetched – however they resemble some of my own life adventures!. Laura Levine's 'Jaine Austin' books will make you laugh and keep you guessing 'who done it' along with Jaine. In this installment, panty hose are introduced as a murder weapon and Jaine has to weave pitiful loaner cars through the streets of Hollywood trying to solve a murder with too many suspects.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Vicki C

    I love this series. They remind me a little of Stephanie Plum books. I love that the main character is nowhere near perfect. I love when she talks to her cat. And I love that the author writes what Jaine is really thinking, then "Well, okay so what I really said was..." These books are fun and they make you laugh out loud at the crazy things that happen to Jaine. I also don't usually figure out who did it until the end.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Jaine is back with her cat Prozac, her friend Kandi, her neighbor Lance and, of course, her parents who write their crazy adventures to her. Jaine is recruited to write for a horrible comedienne, but when a rival comedian dies Jaine has to find out who killed him so that the comedienne doesn't go to prison for it. Hilarious as usual. Recommended.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Falduto

    A trifle of a chick-lit novel, anathema to all the books full of ennui I seem to keep picking up lately. Our heroine, Jaine Austen, has some love trouble, car trouble, and money trouble, so she starts work writing jokes for an unfunny comic who ends up accused of murder, a charge which Jaine determines to clear.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Heidi (Yup. Still here.)

    I love this series - especially on audiobook.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nadine

    I'm hoping she sees Andrew again !!! Happy Reading :)

  17. 4 out of 5

    June Jones

    A tongue in cheek read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Adam Dunn

    I got a little distracted reading this and keep forgetting who was who. It could be my husband that never shuts up though. Take my wife, please!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    Already this character and her actions are very much 'the same' in each of these novels. Some of her behaviors are getting annoying.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Fran

    This author is always fun

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary Corso

    Funny A lot of sarcastic humor in this book but I like her spirit. The truth is not what it seems.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Max "Mr Divabetic" Szadek

    This book wasn't my favorite in the series. I always enjoy scenes with Lance and he's barely in it. Oh well, this is a fun, quick read with some great one liners to make you chuckle.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    Registered on Bookcrossing - http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/1... Another fun ride with Jaine Austen! I would love to see a TV show based on this series. I picture Sandra Bullock or maybe Melissa McCarthy as the Jaine character, either actress would be awesome. ❤ Registered on Bookcrossing - http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/1... Another fun ride with Jaine Austen! I would love to see a TV show based on this series. I picture Sandra Bullock or maybe Melissa McCarthy as the Jaine character, either actress would be awesome. ❤

  24. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne

    Freelance writer Jaine Austen is once again unemployed and having a real bad day. Her ancient Toyota Corolla is stolen, her father is wanted by the police for stealing an old Hawaiian shirt, a potential employer calls her a liar and the only job prospect on her arisen is arrested for murder by pantyhose. The only thing Jaine can do is investigate the murder and not lose out on a job offer. Jaine has more obstacles thrown in her path then she would care to admit. It all starts with her cat Prozac, Freelance writer Jaine Austen is once again unemployed and having a real bad day. Her ancient Toyota Corolla is stolen, her father is wanted by the police for stealing an old Hawaiian shirt, a potential employer calls her a liar and the only job prospect on her arisen is arrested for murder by pantyhose. The only thing Jaine can do is investigate the murder and not lose out on a job offer. Jaine has more obstacles thrown in her path then she would care to admit. It all starts with her cat Prozac, who is jealous of Jaine’s one and only date. Then there’s the man himself, Andrew, who seems interested in her but his perfect size two colleague is not one of Jaine’s biggest fans and does all she can to sabotage their relationship. When Dorcas Mackenzie offers her a job as her comedy writer, Jaine figures she can do that until something better comes along. After all, Dorcas was only paying $5 a joke, not enough to keep Prozac happily fed. However, if Dorcas goes to jail, Jaine wouldn’t even get the five bucks. Jaine begins her investigation and, much to her dismay, there is a very long list of suspects. Many wanted Vic murdered and she was convinced the real killer had to be someone other than Dorcas. They all had a much stronger motive. When Jaine’s life is threatened, she knows she’s on the right track but will she be able to bring the killer to justice before she winds up dead too? Laura Levine is a brilliant comedy writer. She has many television sitcoms in her long list of credits. The Jaine Austen series is a real treat to read. Each character jumps right off the page and comes to life right before your eyes. This is a fast-paced story which had me laughing out loud throughout the entire book. I was so sad to see the story come to an end. This is her 6th book in the series and it hasn’t lost a beat. The next book is Killing Bridezilla and it’s unknown if this writer will be able to hold out for the paperback. I may have no choice but to get this is hardcover.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jane Night

    This series is very entertaining though it is often as unrealistic as television shows of the past like I Love Lucy, Green Acres, and Mr. Ed. The situations Jaine gets herself into are so unrealistic and out there that even a person with the worlds worst luck wouldn’t be able to experience it all. The book starts off with Jaine heading to a big job interview but when she gets there the man she thinks she is being interviewed by steals her car instead. She is forced to get a rental and naturally This series is very entertaining though it is often as unrealistic as television shows of the past like I Love Lucy, Green Acres, and Mr. Ed. The situations Jaine gets herself into are so unrealistic and out there that even a person with the worlds worst luck wouldn’t be able to experience it all. The book starts off with Jaine heading to a big job interview but when she gets there the man she thinks she is being interviewed by steals her car instead. She is forced to get a rental and naturally the rental is a lemon. That is what how the life of Jaine Austen goes and it is an entertaining read but certainly very light. (Spoilers for other books in series)I have read almost the whole series and I can say that this mystery is one of the better ones. The killer has a semi reasonable motive and is someone that the readers actually has a hope of guessing. In other books killers have had ridiculous motives (such as stealing a lottery ticket) or been people in disguise who are revealed later to be connected to the victim (mistreated sister so well disguised that she could work as a housekeeper for her evil sister and not be found out by any family member). There has even been a killer with no real motive but they wanted to set someone up so they could steal her boyfriend and so they framed her for murder but had no connection to victim at all. Compared to those, this murder made good sense and was pretty decent. (End Spoilers) Jaine’s parents usually add a humorous side story to the book but this story isn’t one of the better ones. Jaine’s mother gives some of her father’s clothes to the thrift store and he tries to find them. Her father even attacks a stranger because he believes the guy is wearing his shirt. Usually, Jaine’s dad just comes off as a bit eccentric but I felt like this one made him more of a bumbling buffoon which I didn’t care for. Still, this series is funny and worth reading. This book wasn’t the best in the series but it also wasn’t the worst.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Pattie Tierney

    I confess, I'm a serial Laura Levine reader. Yes, there is some repetition from book to book, but not enough to keep me from putting one down and opening up another. I first became acquainted with Levine by way of an audio version of a holiday book called THE GINGERBREAD COOKIE MURDER, made up of three novellas, one by Joanne Fluke (whom I find unreadable), Leslie Meier, and Levine. The reader of the Levine offering gave such personality and character to heroine, Jaine Austen, that I immediately I confess, I'm a serial Laura Levine reader. Yes, there is some repetition from book to book, but not enough to keep me from putting one down and opening up another. I first became acquainted with Levine by way of an audio version of a holiday book called THE GINGERBREAD COOKIE MURDER, made up of three novellas, one by Joanne Fluke (whom I find unreadable), Leslie Meier, and Levine. The reader of the Levine offering gave such personality and character to heroine, Jaine Austen, that I immediately went to the library and requested all of the books in the series. Now when I read them I hear the voice of the narrator in my head and this adds tremendously to my enjoyment. Let this be a lesson to authors whose books have been turned into audio versions. A narrator can truly make or break a book/series. My first experience with the above-mentioned Fluke was an audio version and I found the nasal and whiny narrator so off-putting that I couldn't read a Fluke book without hearing that dreadful voice.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jen Selinsky

    Jaine Austen is an out of work advertisement writer. After having her car stolen and losing her chance for potential employment, she becomes desperate to find a job. She received a phone call from Dorcas, a budding comedian, whose comedy act leaves much to be desired. Jaine decides to try and help her. After witnessing one of Dorcas’s routines, Jaine is convinced that not even her talent as a writer can help Dorcas’s routine. Things go from desperate to shocking when Dorcas, in a fit of rage, at Jaine Austen is an out of work advertisement writer. After having her car stolen and losing her chance for potential employment, she becomes desperate to find a job. She received a phone call from Dorcas, a budding comedian, whose comedy act leaves much to be desired. Jaine decides to try and help her. After witnessing one of Dorcas’s routines, Jaine is convinced that not even her talent as a writer can help Dorcas’s routine. Things go from desperate to shocking when Dorcas, in a fit of rage, attacks Vic, a rival comedian who makes a hobby of heckling and intimidating her. The next day, Jaine learns that Dorcas has been imprisoned on suspicion of murder. Vic was found strangled with a pair of Dorcas’s pantyhose. Jaine decides to investigate the case herself. Is Dorcas as innocent as she claims? Will Jaine be able to find the real murderer? Laura Levine tells a suspenseful story through her literary devices. Fans of Janet Evanovich may also find the novel entertaining and humorous.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Death by Pantyhose Laura Levine Mystery 287 pages copyright: 2007 isbn: 0-7582-0786-7 Freelance writer Janie Austin has never been able to resist the siren call of Esikmo Pie, just like she can't resist renewing her romance with Andrew, an old crush. With her bank account hitting new lows, she's also just agreed to write jokes for Dorcas, a stand-up comic who throws her pantyhose into the audience as a punch line. Not only is Dorcas's act a bomb, she is hackled by Vic, a gorgerous fellow comic. Natural Death by Pantyhose Laura Levine Mystery 287 pages copyright: 2007 isbn: 0-7582-0786-7 Freelance writer Janie Austin has never been able to resist the siren call of Esikmo Pie, just like she can't resist renewing her romance with Andrew, an old crush. With her bank account hitting new lows, she's also just agreed to write jokes for Dorcas, a stand-up comic who throws her pantyhose into the audience as a punch line. Not only is Dorcas's act a bomb, she is hackled by Vic, a gorgerous fellow comic. Naturally when Vic is murdered with Dorcas's pantyhose and that same Dorcas is standing over his dead body, the police arrest...Dorcas. They figure it's an open-and-shut case, althought Janie figures no killer can be that dumb. But when Janie sets out to find the real culprit, she is distracted by one dating disaster after another with Andrew--and she may not see the dark side of comedy until she faces the business end of a gun and a cold, deadly grin.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Closer to 2.5 stars than three. I think this is the second mystery series where the mystery is basically Clue with a sardonic female detective. Some mystery authors seem to think that all that is needed for a mystery is a list of 10 people who all had reason to kill Mr. Boddy, interviews with said people that reveal not a whole lot except for irrelevant detail, and then the guy who actually did it is not who the detective really suspected at all, but nevertheless he kidnaps and tries to kill her Closer to 2.5 stars than three. I think this is the second mystery series where the mystery is basically Clue with a sardonic female detective. Some mystery authors seem to think that all that is needed for a mystery is a list of 10 people who all had reason to kill Mr. Boddy, interviews with said people that reveal not a whole lot except for irrelevant detail, and then the guy who actually did it is not who the detective really suspected at all, but nevertheless he kidnaps and tries to kill her, spilling all the details on his motives and means in the process. This is spot-on exactly the plot for "A is for Alibi", except our adorable food-obsessed protagonist Jaine Austen is filling in for Kinsey Millhone here. I wish they'd invest a little more time in crafting their plots, but oh well. Still, it's a fun little bit of cotton candy. The exchanges with her cat, Prozac, are fun. Her parents are crazy but entertaining, and Jaine's nice enough, even if she is a bit clueless.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    All her books are pretty much the same, but still enjoyable. But I do hope one day she gets the cat declawed. I'd be super peeved if my cats were clawing up the furniture and pillows and everything. In this book Jaine is looking for work (like always) and gets hired by Dorcas, a comedian who needs Jaine to write good jokes for her. The first night that Jaine goes to hear Dorcas's act, she meets a bunch of people who later become suspects when Dorcas's arch enemy Vic ends up dead, with Dorcas fou All her books are pretty much the same, but still enjoyable. But I do hope one day she gets the cat declawed. I'd be super peeved if my cats were clawing up the furniture and pillows and everything. In this book Jaine is looking for work (like always) and gets hired by Dorcas, a comedian who needs Jaine to write good jokes for her. The first night that Jaine goes to hear Dorcas's act, she meets a bunch of people who later become suspects when Dorcas's arch enemy Vic ends up dead, with Dorcas found standing over the body. In hopes of getting paid, Jaine decides to solve the mystery of who killed Vic. I'm kind of proud of myself, becauase I usually don't ever figure it out, but this time I did. I still love the funny emails from the parents. They are probably the best part of the books. And how the author voices what Jaine's cat is thinking.

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